Installations and Families: Restoring the BalanceBy Lt. Gen. Robert Wilson
Installation Management Command, home to thousands of soldiers and their families, is committed not only to providing them a strong, supportive environment, but also to transforming Army installations and installation services management.Remember Kosovo? The U.S. Army Effort That Began Our InvolvementText and Photographs By Dennis Steele
Nine years ago, American soldiers entered Kosovo as part of the U.N.-sanctioned NATO peacekeeping effort called Operation Joint Guardian. U.S. troops worked hard to establish peace and have remained on duty there to keep it. Recently, Kosovo declared its independence, resurrecting a reminder of the situation that American soldiers encountered in 1999.Army Reserve Celebrates 100 Years of Constants and Change
By Lt. Gen. Jack C. Stultz Jr.
In the century since its founding, the Army Reserve has changed from a strategic reserve to an operational force that provides institutional support, assists civil authorities during domestic emergencies and deploys around the world as an integral part of the active Army.The American Soldier: A Photographic Tribute to Soldiers and Marines
A touring exhibit of 116 images from the Civil War to today depicts the myriad emotions of war. The exhibit will be on display at the Women in Military Service for America Memorial in Arlington, Va., from May 14 through September 2.Next Stop: Afghanistan
By Paul Avallone
Troop C, 1st Squadron, 61st Cavalry, prepares for deployment to Afghanistan by training and simulated field engagements at the Joint Readiness Training Center, Fort Polk, La.CompanyCommand—Building Combat-Ready Teams: Leading Your Unit Through 'Reset'
Company commanders who have been through reset share lessons learned during that period of change and preparation when keeping track of equipment and paperwork, helping their soldiers stay fit and productive, and ensuring that they have time with their families are paramount.